The treatises of Benvenuto Cellini on goldsmithing and sculpture
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Colophon: Here end The treatises of Benvenuto Cellini on metal work and sculpture, made into English from the Italian of the Marcian codex by C.R. Ashbee, and printed by him at the Guild's Press at Essex House, with the assistance of Lawrence Hodson who sought to keep living the traditions of good printing refounded by William Morris, the master craftsman, and likewise of T. Binning & J. Tippett, compositors, and S. Mowlem, pressman, who came to Essex House from the Kelmscott Press to that end. Begun April, 1898; finished October, 1898.
Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 1215 (JSL1215).
Partial contents: "A glossary of Italian technical terms for the use of students": p. 147-164.
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